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- (NAPA) retracted articulation:
- (Voice Quality Symbols) "whispery" voice (murmured phonation in IPA parlance).
- (Teuthonista) close/high articulation, equivalent to IPA ⟨◌̝⟩.
- (IPA, obsolete) A close articulation (e.g. a higher vowel, fricative approximant – currently ⟨◌̝⟩).
- (IPA, obsolete) Retroflex articulation.
- (NAPA): ◌̇ may be used on letters with a descender.
- (NAPA): ◌̯
- A diacritical mark of the Latin script, called puntu inferior (“dot below”) in Asturian, and found on Ḥ/ḥ and Ḷ/ḷ.
- A diacritical mark of the Latin script, called dấu nặng (“heavy mark”) in Vietnamese, and found on Ạ/ạ, Ặ/ặ, Ậ/ậ, Ẹ/ẹ, Ệ/ệ, Ị/ị, Ọ/ọ, Ộ/ộ, Ợ/ợ, Ụ/ụ, Ự/ự and Ỵ/ỵ. Used to indicate mid-falling, glottalized, short tone.
In Vietnamese signmaking, this tone mark may be written as a vertical line, much like ̩.